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LTC insurer offering co-pays to blunt soaring premium increases

May 16, 2019

In an effort to blunt soaring premium increases on its long-term-care insurance policyholders, one insurer is offering policyholders a discount if they agree to a co-pay on claims. John Hancock Life Insurance Co. is trying the new approach....

Principal-Wells Fargo retirement deal hints at fee compression

April 11, 2019

The blockbuster deal inked by Principal Financial Group and Wells Fargo & Co. earlier this week provides a glimpse into the economics prevailing in the defined-contribution-plan record-keeping business. Specifically, the deal's $1.2 billion...

Levering tech for financial wellness

March 23, 2019

When employees struggle financially, their employers struggle. Recent research on short-haul truck drivers conducted at the University of Pittsburgh shows that when employees' financial stress rises, companies experience a $1.4 million increase...

Advisers can beat out firms like Fidelity with this marketing approach

March 8, 2019

Independent advisers may not have the budgets to match what a company like Fidelity Investments can spend on advertising, but they can take advantage of what may be an even more effective tool for generating business leads for them — using...

Financial decisions made by diverse populations more likely to revolve around others

December 11, 2018

Black Americans, Asian Americans and Latino Americans are more likely than the general American population to support their parents and children financially. At the same time, more than half of women are the primary breadwinners in their households....

Worst day of an awful year leaves no part of market unscathed

November 20, 2018

One of the financial markets' toughest years in half a century got appreciably worse Tuesday, with simmering weakness across assets boiling over to leave investors with virtually nowhere to hide. Stocks buckled for a second day, sending the...

Private equity eyes long-term care insurance

November 16, 2018

Private-equity investors are eyeing insurers' long-term-care business with increasing fervor, according to insurance executives and analysts, which could present problems for financial advisers whose clients hold affected policies. "A lot of...

Ken Fisher, famous annuity hater, invested in annuity companies

August 31, 2018

Ken Fisher, founder and executive chairman of Fisher Investments, has been an ardent critic of annuities for years. In fact, Mr. Fisher's vitriol toward annuities is probably one of his most identifiable characteristics in the public sphere....

Nudging Congress toward Social Security reform

August 30, 2018

When leaders refuse to lead, it's time for the people to step in. That, essentially, is the mission of Funding Our Future, an alliance of organizations dedicated to making a secure retirement possible for all Americans. I was honored to serve...

New group aims to improve negative view of annuities

August 23, 2018

A new group is trying to reframe how advisers, their clients and the broader public view annuity products. Two dozen insurance companies and mutual fund firms coalesced to form The Alliance for Lifetime Income, seeking to bolster an industry...

Genworth raises long-term-care insurance costs an average 58%

August 9, 2018

Genworth Financial Inc. received approval from state regulators this year to raise costs an average 58% on some long-term-care insurance policies, affecting tens of millions of dollars' worth of annual insurance premiums the company receives...

Efforts to help gig economy workers save for retirement gaining ground

July 10, 2018

With a sizable portion of American workers doing temporary, contract or on-demand work, the pressure is on everyone — companies, policymakers, the retirement industry and workers themselves — to figure out ways to make them better prepared...

Companies start paying employee student loan debt

July 9, 2018

Employers are trying to help employees alleviate the burdens of outstanding student loans by offering to pay off some of the debt — which totals more than $1.4 trillion in the U.S. alone, according to the Federal Reserve. It's a relatively...

Walgreens replacing GE on the Dow

June 20, 2018

General Electric Co. suffered a crowning ignominy Tuesday as overseers of the Dow Jones Industrial Average kicked the beleaguered company out of the stock gauge it has inhabited for more than a century. Once the world's most valuable company,...

Divorce reduces retirement readiness

June 19, 2018

It's no secret that divorce creates enormous emotional and financial challenges in the short run. But now a new report from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College quantifies how divorce affects longer-term finances in the form...

More institutional money managers joining the $1 trillion club

May 30, 2018

Among institutional money managers, a two-company battle has emerged for the most assets under management, even as more firms have joined the $1 trillion-plus AUM club. BlackRock Inc. (BLK) and Vanguard Group Inc. retained the top two positions...

UBS snags Wells Fargo vet for wealth management exec role

April 24, 2018

UBS Wealth Management has recruited Heather Crist as its new chief of staff for global wealth management, according to an internal memo obtained by InvestmentNews. Ms. Crist comes from Wells Fargo Advisors, where she worked for 28 years and...

Sensitive private data mishandled by broker watchdogs, whistleblower claims

March 27, 2018

A whistleblower is accusing some key financial regulators of allowing sensitive broker information to become readily accessible, even as industry watchdogs emphasized the need for companies to protect client data. According to a complaint lodged...

Inside the $700 billion bond empire in Newark

February 16, 2018

A quartet of bond managers ensconced in a glistening tower in Newark, New Jersey, say historically low long-term Treasury yields are here to stay. And they've got a growing pile of money backing that view. For the crew at PGIM Fixed Income,...

New details into MetLife pension scandal raise questions and alarms

February 15, 2018

MetLife Inc. provided new details this week about how it lost track of thousands of pension clients. But state and federal inquiries promise to drag on for months and will make it hard to put the scandal behind it any time soon. The company...

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